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Mm tow tho Mou thi npuhd to1
Mo, hi ho odviaor young mo to
A Mitgio drop «t mot from tho
brow of o workman, dropped fads o
tank Mhhlu 24 pound* of cotton
■atuiotod with oHrk odd, recently
couaad o toad oipktohw In tho AUaa
Powder company's plant at Hit
Cut**, Po. Workmen nmrby nor- ]
rwwiy otoopod injury whoo tho bloat!
•cowered, oil liMtawa* rolling rtoad*
•f aoMko poaood through tho boOdiog. i
A. C KcClary. ef PettavUW, P«l,
Jwejad to Man to taftig to at
he f»o»d that he hadfattotud*A«
UJe wro«j <—wal pn
MamUb the fenaeal 5 ktattito!
wtwaa bedy he had gone to sea far the
la mU to
% whiter vacation m an*Tid
factory In laceey City, N. J-, found
kaye tiled to nthfikk a tee ia a
*hae> hen atone by Uuawin* hay an
tha red-hot maCol Their plan filled
•ad ia a abort time the entire neigh
borhood w.» .rotmed by the trumpet
i»K aad etrvehm* of the animals. A
rraapanj of reman arrived and pet
"Tram a purely phyaioloficml stand
point caaalbaliam would be the best
wuy to provide the hainan body with
PMfahw,* Mil Dr. II. C. Bradley re
cently Mm a dm In health and
dbmm at the University at Wiscon
sin. “Human flash cheta teeny ie the
Weal food,” ha continued, -becauee
its contents ere sack that the dicsst
*"• W«fani wonld not have to break
dawn fbe atsansato la proportion with
•** Mh*w before tissue etraeUaa
cenM be started."
Hiarftng that bar hnahand arms an
rafebar Mate* J“ **“ butl*r “ ^
la Ms collar boa. Mm. Harriet HU
Ma, ot San fnadwo, were eat a
■ mihtat acainat Alfred NHaaa. bar
husband, accwin* hun of feflin* to
pievid* far Mb Minor chOdrsn. Ae
cordia* to Mm MUnon Mr hasbend
•oma a fair salary but prirrMni poor
ir tor hi, fanny and for faar that
tM food wma partaken of in Us ah
aaaes ha was hi tha habit of Udine
it in sot of the way placaa.
Amj Inoobm aaaldan. doairio* a
h—hand. is itnunUd to I* la touch
with ths ssrrstsiT of tha R.rtdm1.
<*» sad wish t* ssttlo itoudmto
IU». JaiMfea *• » W»k wars from
• railroad a» ths nwirtmla of tha
m«9 hem my Bttla tea to hrrada
tha oat* worid to March of i
wseth mU to Mn. Mask
**«. sf Wilts*. Wis. '
tos tetoto. hmtod dawn to Jadf C.
W. last. Tha toida sad arc mb gars
toais satt—m tots tha kaaftoc «f a
*NW Iwa and tha drirar toft tha*
tafa dear Md two wars stofaa, mm of
■aato, haailiatioa and tasaamdaMf
was iwdilwaMi and that tha awasr
sf ths dray Itoe should pay
r>«pvty itukti «Mi a wHt of ta
ftjualgi »rwMtail Uw battel * Um
htfjfliaaiaa K. Oraana, writ baawa
dalaatfta ia Dank, Hub., avat abut*
ktejr hto lagai w«4a» and Mr*. Mary
Maaaa.'Ma *lara mi*,* *i» ftffcUa«.
Mra, Oraaa won la Ota Aral *i«y «f
*• martini and ihn *f k«r
la a^a la a ra«K ta a aaafcat
by Mat. Oman*. Tka aaa
;% ■» MrtiMllMr hlrad by
IC. SPACH IAS JSKEI
IN GIVING PIAISE TO
ana Wtfl “• > «.*■_, •*
Bade am Podcicc at Vehicle Muifw
Unr Itn Waa Name Par Ba.
3. C. Spach, widely known North
Carolina vehicle roenufeetamr whom
wagons hare traveled tha highways at
nearly avary loath wn State east of
the Misstodpet river. to another to add
Me nuoa to tha hag Uat of men mad
women of >igh standing who have
gated from Tanlaa. .
At he advanced im years the loag
wear at his nyaUa began to toll. Be.
Mr. Bpt«k waa attacked with
he adopted the team ruling that has
baaa hto for decades atop aad study.
Instead of hoarding a fast train far
ana of tha peyote health renocto.
wham ha could imping tha aarviim at
high priced ayadaHota, Mr. Spach
•ought tha advlaa «f Mi townsmen.
Ha hoard what Tanlae had done for
aomo of them who too. had bean
claimed victims af tha madam mala
dy. Mr. Spach foUewed tha advise M
hto follow etttoana aad taak Tanlae.
"You (tout took it." was the sur
prised reply af the Tanlae Man when
Mr. Spach said: *1 am sixty***
years old." "Yea w«aU hara thought
ao If you saw na Mae I started aa
jtete," aaowmad rejuvenated Mr.
“I have finished say third bottle of
Tam lac," ha -ilteiil. "and again an
>7 hearty amok, three time* a days
good, sound deep aad feat myself
gaining right ahmg. Taalao baa built
me up sgaia aad 1 firmly believe to
will arork far ethara who safer and
who I hop# or* gain relief aa I have.”
This highly endorsed aad nationally
favored reconstructive tank to sold la
Lauriabmg by Steak Drug Stare, aad
hi Gibson by tha W. Z. Oibeou Drug
IX X. Magog, of Sumter. & C,
writimg to tho Colombia State, an
nounces himself a candidate for tho
oAce of Govoraor of South Carolina.
Ho outline* hh platform, which ia aa
I hereby announce myself aa a can
didate for gororaor in tha Democrat
ic primary next anmrim. Below am
a faw of tho measure* 1 stead for
am) ahall advocate: *
l*X 1 am a friend of the poor
aaaa, dm. la^t aad all tho ttmo. It
amlcoo no difference that I hart nev
er dona anything for him aad prob
ably norer shall, bat I bog of you
to lets my word far it.
tad. Swat tha alggor. Lynch
Um for ovary off ante aad for noao.
I shall denounce him from the roe
tha State to the other, and shall do
all ia my pouur to stir up your ha
tred against this race of “baboon* *
Sid. I advocate Mixing Ms load
aad proparty aad giving it to th#
poor white maa aad chasing him
<tho Bigger) oat of the country.
<HM0a last two planks are so
eoad te importance only to Um first.)
<th I bsitova te r—tilting tho
ndboads te giro tho poor white maa
ftroa transportation. Tha rich aad
•doested clems*, also those of aria
tearutie decent, should ha mods te
fith. No taaaa for tha poor maa.
Mh. Tha lags) rate of interest
should bo I par coot for tho poor
7 th. I boiler* ia SB abundant* of
Hekar for aH .thsaa who want H aad
the rich man should ha made to dot
(Who tea mw km Mm imp*,
dew®* Mari haven't made good
Mm aeiettlea rontalnart la plank No.
If And I «a aat thnrngh ,*)
•th. I advocate aandtag Mm rich
■M to hell. Uhewtae the educated
•hawM be reaped for the paor mi
nd my fttaade after gtvtag the*
*<rmtry bade of ana* oa earth. Aad
I Mtalt daa the aatbaejtf of my afoea
»a (be attataoMBb of tide aad wkaa
I ** Meet ad aa if about ft. With
tb* lar* for the pear au that (boa.
my aotd. I aaa oat bat ha rewarded.
Mb. Yoo arKI aot that ray plot
form daoa not taka tafo tttirant flu
rleh aaoa at OIL Poor daoO, ha ta
tw bo pitted. Bade* la tab good far
10th. If bp chance I hare omitted
anything that coo haoelt the poor
whit* man and ay friend* or that
wil horaaa and hadavtl my anatalat
tab* ft fop granted.
And now. ban. b* ready with the
wind and lath whaap Vta op feat
• 9amJ ' I*>• *• Uaflafo
aaa .V ,m . _ --a _ . .
nvuviim n rtcvVitljr fOffit*
aatad OMt* than Ml gallon* of whftfc.
ay whtah wm beta* chipped thtaagh
OborlaaCan, t. &, fun a patut la Ham
«Hhy. The Ugaar ana foowd hidden
•nfor dfonni af hop ta a freight
nr. Mo atatai if ewraamhip haa baaa
At the Cash Bargain Store
We will soon move into »nr new store near
the postoffice, and will have oar Spring Millinery
FRIDAY, MARCH 24th.
We will have oa display a complete line of
the latest In Spring Millinery. Oxford-, Dresses,
Dress Goods, Waists and Skirts.
To every person purchasing as much as $3.00
ws will give a useful present.
Tell year neighbors about this, come yourself
and bring the children so we can fit them out with
Hats, Dresses, Slippers etc. It will pey you to
MRS. D. A. WATKINS
LAUREL HILL, N. C.
— at —
i Stationery and School Supplies.
Robber Goods and Toilet Articles.
Best Toilet Soap in this territory.
Only th» PUREST and FRESHEST of
drags used in our prescriptions.
BLUE’S DRUG STORE
COMPRESSED WISDOM.—The man who makes.
- it his business to keep in touch with a bank in
variably accttitfu&tes the money to put < in the
bank. Be wise, and make this bank TOUR
IS FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE
4 PER CENT ON TIME DEPOSITS.
ONE DOLLAR OPENS AN ACCOUNT.
We solicit your business. We guarantee you
every facility and protection known to sound and
censervative hanking principles. Wa will ssrve
you promptly and te the best of our ability. Our
advice is firee apse request.
The State Bank
Seasonable eat flower*. Palm*. Fern*.
Floral srrangemens for any occasion.
Prompt attention to oot-of-town order*.
SCHOLTZ, The Florist, Inc.
Pnnne 1443. A06 N. Tryon 8t. Charlotte. N. C.
BLUT8 DRUG STORE, Agents
fTWE ARN'r YOU}
, - BESOLVEt> „
WHEN ANYTH iNCJ NEW
IN OUfc LINE COMES
lb TOWN .■— - ■
y* SPRING IT.
We get all of the
NEW THINGS. YOU
ABE INVITED TO A
EVERYBODY IJ LOOKING ToR SOMETHING NEW
AT THE BEGINNING or EACH JEAJoN, AND IT
You are looking tor .something new come
To UJ, WE'VE GOT IT. WE TRY TO GET EVERY
NEW THING THAT COMEJ OUT AND TRY To GET
IT riRJT. WE ARE NOT DOING BUJINEJJ JUC
CEJJTULLY BY ACCIDENT, TOR WE KNOW WHAT
AND WHEN TO BUY AND HoW TO JELL TOR HoN
PLANTERS TRADING CO.
AIR LINE RAILWAY
THE PROGRESSIVEJIAILWAY OP THE SOUTH
Trains I-earing Laurinborg
No. 19 8:25 A. M. Local for Ham let, Charlotte and all in
termediate points—Through Sleeper Wilmiogton to
Charlotte. Open for puseengers at Wilmington at 10 P. M.
No. IS—7-37 P. M Local for Hamlet, Charlotte, and ail in
termediate Points. —Connecting at Hamlet for all points
North. South and South West. Pullman Parlor Car Wil
mington to Charlotte.
No. 20-;-8:47 P. M. Local for Wilmington end ell intermediate
points*.—Thrpugh Sleeper Charlotte to Wilmington.
Passengers may remain <n Sleeper until 7 AM.
No. 14—91(7 A. M. Loc tlfcr Wilmington and all intermediate
point*,—Pullman Parlor Car Chamotte to Wilmington.
For additional ir formation, as to rates, schedules, or re
servations, call on local agent or write the undersigned.
J. Wataqn, Agent H. E. Pleasants, T. P. A.
Laurinburg, N. C. Wilmington, N. C.
John T. West, D. P. A. k
Raleigh, N. C.
THE UNIVERSAL CAR
We hare just opened a salesroom in
Laurfnbnrf, which fcs located in the bwild(
lag formerly occupied by the Laurinburg
News. Here we wiD keep a nmuberof curs
on display at all times.
New shipment just arrived. Visit our
salesrooms either at Laarel Hill or Laurin
Mercantile & Machine Co.
Laurel HUI, N. C.